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Wednesday, December 26 2018
Dr. Micheal Feinman Hosts Patient Education Seminars in Tokyo on January  5, 2019 and Osaka on January 9

I have been helping patients from Japan have babies through various treatments for almost 20 years.  The last time I visited Tokyo was over 10 years ago.

I am hosting patient education seminars in Tokyo on January  5, 2019 and Osaka on January 9.

Although Japan has excellent IVF labs, certain treatments are not available there, or not frequently offered.

These seminars will address the following topics:

IMPLANTATION FAILURE: Possible causes and treatments for couples who experience multiple IVF failures.  It is not fair to undergo multiple IVF failure without changing the plan.

EGG DONATION: When it is appropriate and how we do it.

SURROGACY: When it is appropriate, and how it can be done legally and ethically in California.  How it can help some patients with implantation failure.

PGD/PGS: Which patients get benefit from this technology and how it is used for family balancing.

To learn more about Dr. Feinman, these seminars, and opportunities for private consultations in Japan, please go to:

Havingbaby.org or havingbaby.org/seminar.

 

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Friday, December 14 2018
Endometrial Receptivity Assay (ERA)

Today, a prominent East Coast doctor discussed the value of the Endometrial Receptivity Assay (ERA).  This test is performed on an endometrial biopsy, timed to ovulation, or taking progesterone in a mock cycle.   In theory, there is a small window of time that the endometrium (lining) is open to implantation.  The ERA determines varying the days of progesterone before an embryo transfer will improve the implantation rate.  An “abnormal” result is not alarming.  It just tells us how to adjust the protocol for a frozen embryo transfer.  Unlike other older endometrial biopsy tests, this is the only one that provides a solution.  If a woman has an abnormal result, she is better off having a frozen transfer than a fresh one.

According to the original authors, 20% of infertile women have an abnormal result.  I have been offering this test for over 2 years and agree with that estimate.  When we alter the protocol as suggested by the test, we see many pregnancies.  While this test is not yet accepted as a routine step for all patients, I recommend it for women who have one failed IVF cycle with PGS normal embryos, and women with long-standing unexplained infertility.

The ERA biopsy and other tests for implantation failure are discussed on my website:

Ivfimplantationfailureclinic.com.

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Here, failure is not an option! For those of you who have tried again and again but all treatments to this point have failed, the IVF Implantation Failure Clinic is here to change all that. Contact Dr. Michael Feinman and learn about how he can assist you with making your dream family come true. 

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IVF Implantation Failure Clinic-Hope is Here

Here, failure is not an option! For those of you who have tried again and again but all treatments to this point have failed, the IVF Implantation Failure Clinic is here to change all that. Contact Dr. Michael Feinman and learn about how he can assist you with making your dream family come true.